The rate for those Americans who do not have health insurance declined in 2016. But the trend is slowly reversing in 2017 Gallup Poll. Unfortunately, Wyoming is still considered among the worst being ranked at 44th, according to the finance website WalletHub.

Even worse, Wyoming’s ranks at 48 among children (to age 18) and 42 in adults.

Lack of health insurance is the biggest cause of going personally bankrupt in the U.S.,  according to an article in theatlantic.com.

States with lowest uninsured rates:

  1. Massachussetts
  2. Hawaii
  3. Vermont
  4. Minnesota
  5. Iowa

States with the highest uninsured rates:

  1. Wyoming
  2. Mississippi
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Oklahoma
  6. Alaska
  7. Texas
Source: WalletHub